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Timeoday
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If Aranda substitutes, TCU loses and LSU goes to 4.

I will admit what TCU's Sonny Dykes did with 15 seconds left on the clock I have not ever seen. However, if Aranda had slow walked a sub or two, the game clock goes to zero and the Baylor Bears win.

Say it ain't so.



The Boat
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re: If Aranda substitutes, TCU loses and LSU goes to 4.
I’d rather TCU make the playoff and LSU end up playing them in the 2/3 game


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DamnStrong1860
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re: If Aranda substitutes, TCU loses and LSU goes to 4.
Doesn’t really matter. Michigan and Ohio State is our window. Plus we have to beat Georgia. That TCU los wouldn’t have provided us any more security than we already have.


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PurpleCrewe
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re: If Aranda substitutes, TCU loses and LSU goes to 4.
It doesn’t matter. Being at 4 this week doesn’t mean a thing.


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PenguinPubes
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re: If Aranda substitutes, TCU loses and LSU goes to 4.
Don’t matter!!

Idk why y’all obsess with our rankings now. If we best Georgia we will be in, period


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mdomingue
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re: If Aranda substitutes, TCU loses and LSU goes to 4.
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I will admit what TCU's Sonny Dykes did with 15 seconds left on the clock I have not ever seen. However, if Aranda had slow walked a sub or two, the game clock goes to zero and the Baylor Bears win.



I thought the same thing, I know I have seen other coaches do that on defense.


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LSBoosie
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re: If Aranda substitutes, TCU loses and LSU goes to 4.
If Illinois doesn't go conservative on their last drive, they win and Michigan is out.


The Albatross
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re: If Aranda substitutes, TCU loses and LSU goes to 4.
Can you do that? I thought that would fall under DoG on defense and stop the clock? I liked the idea of letting them rush their FG unit on to kick it. I’d imagine most of the time he doesn’t make that kick. It just didn’t work out this time.


BallChamp00
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re: If Aranda substitutes, TCU loses and LSU goes to 4.
That’s not true. When the clock is under 40 secs in the game and a team immediately runs their field goal unit out, the umpire does not stop the play.


Turf Taint
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re: If Aranda substitutes, TCU loses and LSU goes to 4.
Control thou destiny and let not others delivereth it unto you...or some chit like dat.

Beat FSU



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notbilly
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re: If Aranda substitutes, TCU loses and LSU goes to 4.
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However, if Aranda had slow walked a sub or two, the game clock goes to zero and the Baylor Bears win.


nope


Timeoday
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re: If Aranda substitutes, TCU loses and LSU goes to 4.
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I’d imagine most of the time he doesn’t make that kick.


Yes, my thoughts thinking Aranda felt he just was not going to make the kick.

However, with no time left we know he certainly does not make the kick.


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NC_Tigah
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re: If Aranda substitutes, TCU loses and LSU goes to 4.
LINK
This post was edited on 11/23 at 8:29 am


GeauxLSU17
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re: If Aranda substitutes, TCU loses and LSU goes to 4.
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Yep. Dave messed that up ... as did the official who should have been standing over the ball, but instead quickly set it, and got out of the way.


Wrong


Who_Dat_Tiger
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re: If Aranda substitutes, TCU loses and LSU goes to 4.
I’m hardly concerned we even end up at 4 anymore. Committee has given us so much respect we virtually got a Bama mulligan for losing to FSU. If we won week 1, we’d still be #5 behind the 4 undefeated P5 schools.

Go and beat Georgia and the committee will argue Georgia and USC at #4 while we sit in the #2/3 game against TCU while they figure out who plays #1 OSU.

Eta if our path ends up being TCU then USC to win the title, LSUs only remaining game where they’d be an underdog might just be the Georgia game only. What a dream season
This post was edited on 11/23 at 8:18 am


rrboy
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re: If Aranda substitutes, TCU loses and LSU goes to 4.
I was thinking the same thing also. Since TCU substituted, Baylor should have substituted slow and let the clock run out. Aranda blew it.


The Albatross
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re: If Aranda substitutes, TCU loses and LSU goes to 4.
I really just don’t think you can do that. A sub can’t interfere with the offense getting the ball snapped by slow rolling onto the field. We would’ve seen this by now.


NC_Tigah
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re: If Aranda substitutes, TCU loses and LSU goes to 4.
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Wrong
The floor's yours. You seem to know something I don't. Speak.


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NC_Tigah
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re: If Aranda substitutes, TCU loses and LSU goes to 4.
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That’s not true. When the clock is under 40 secs in the game and a team immediately runs their field goal unit out, the umpire does not stop the play.

Ah. Didn't know that. Thanks.


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TheChosenOne
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re: If Aranda substitutes, TCU loses and LSU goes to 4.
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When the clock is under 40 secs in the game and a team immediately runs their field goal unit out, the umpire does not stop the play.


This. The rulebook states that the defense should be anticipating a FG at that point in the game and should have the FG defensive unit prepared to run on the field.


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